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, the local police, and the u.s. attorney's office simply want this case to be closed. but is it? tonight, you decide. did the fbi catch all the suspects? did the fbi let one of them walk? and did the fbi make a mistake putting blame on a pizza delivery man whose secrets blew up in a parking lot? it was a hot thursday afternoon. jane hyde was expecting to see her brother at a party that night, but she had one errand to run. a quick shopping trip on erie's peach street. but there was trouble. police had blocked the road. cops and cars everywhere. she turned around and went home. it was only later that night, watching the 10:00 news, she learned what that traffic was all about. >> my kids are sitting on the couch and then the story airs of a bank robbery and a man came in to the bank with a bomb on him. >> you are recognizing your brother? >> my brother sitting there with this bomb on him. i'm thinking, okay, the police have him. they'll find out who did this to him. then as it goes on, it's like -- brian exploded. you know, the bomb went off. brian's dead. i'm like, i can't believe this. >> aft
u.s. senate and how our lives can change if the balance of power shifts in the senate and both presidential candidates holding battleground state rallies and the reporters are there and the last minute strategies. we'll be right back. >>> a live picture from we'rwith questions fromtump sombing elections.kies do you know where your polling place is? maybe somewhere around my house. mine's just, right over that way. well you can find out exactly where it is using bing elections. it's a good day for politics. which way do you lean politically? conservative. republican. well, using the bing news selector you can find news from whichever way you lean. (together) social on this side, financial. which party is currently predicted to win a majority in the senate? the republicans? would you make a bet on that? no. are you chicken? to start her own interior design business. she's got a growing list of clients she keeps in touch with using e-mail marketing from constantcontact.com. constantcontact is easy and affordable. it lets her send out updates and photos that showcase her expertise
who had worked for a u.s. contractor in iraq and had been essentially abandoned by the company. will she rescued them. will and was trying to find them homes. along for the visit was an unwitting retired dog handler. robin meade understandably couldn't believe the story. >> so how is it that they fall through the cracks and get stranded there? that's unthinkable to me. >> it is unthinkable. that's why spca international are making sure these dogs don't get forgotten and get the brought home. >> reporter: it turns out ivy and nugget were not abandoned. they were donated, taken from their adoptive homes in iraq, a military contractor tells cnn, after terri crisp asked noerm for them. the military contractor reed security told cnn they had no idea crisp would use ivy and nugget as fund-raising tools in the united states. for weeks cnn has been trying to track down crisp. first we were told by her spokespersonor she was unavailable. we drove to terri crisp's rural home down this dirt road in sierra nevada and found crisp driving straight toward us. ms. crisp? it's drew griffin with
in from china and busted a u.s. citizen and a canadian. i'm gary tuchman in atlanta. happy thanksgiving to all of you. next, "cnn presents." >>> tonight on "cnn presents." toxic schools. >> that was a building that was storing chemicals that were cancer causing agents and because of the vicinity and the children that are involved, you didn't care. >> these parents have every reason to be angry. their children's school has toxic chemicals and even worse they were the last to know. >>> deadly fruit. fresh summer cantaloupe. it seemed healthy but it caused a deadly outbreak. >> any one of those things prevented this tragedy probably wouldn't have occurred. >> how it could have been prevented and could still happen again. >>> battery-powered brains. an experimental surgery that can literally change poem's minds. >> it felt fantastic. i didn't care what was doing it. >> is it a cure for depression? >> revealing investigations. fascinating characters. stories with impact. this is "cnn presents" with tonight's host drew griffin. >> tonight, we focus on stories related to your health, threats t
of how u.s. soldiers were used as human guinea pigs. during the cold war, the military embarked on this top-secret program to test chemical and biological weapons. >> the researchers used animals, but believe it or not, they also used humans, volunteers from the army who had no idea what they were signing up for. nearly half a century later, some of these human guinea pigs, well, they're emerging from the shadows with disturbing stories about what the military did to them and how they're being treated now. dr. sanjay gupta investigates. ♪ >> i enlisted, joined at 18 years of age. it was the height of the vietnam war era and really felt a sense of duty to my country to go and serve. >> i went straight to ft. bragg. it was the thing to do. it was my duty as an american. >> i was drafted and i was placed in the 85th missile detachment. we were supposed to be security guards for the nuclear warheads that were going in missiles. >> reporter: three american soldiers, tim josephs, rank rochelle, bill blezinski called to arms from different backgrounds but about to share an experience
: but to the u.s. government, david koresh was a threat. >> machine guns and explosive devices. >> reporter: in 1993, they went to war in waco. >> this ain't america anymore when the atf has that kind of power. >> reporter: it ended in catastrophe. 86 people dead, including at least 24 children. >> there had been nothing like this before. the siege was new and unique in america law enforcement history. >> if you distrust the government, waco is going to be symbolic to a lot of people of what they really fear. >> i'm talking to you. somebody's going to get hurt. >> if he asks god for some kind of sign and god gives it, what does that mean? >> reporter: every saturday morning, clive doyle and sheila martin study the bible. >> behold god will come with strong hand -- >> reporter: they are about all that's left in waco of the branch davidians, an offshoot of the seventh day adventist church. their religious community went back generation. it even issued its own currency during the great depression. david koresh came to the faith and its texas commune in 1981. who was he back then, to you? >> ju
? >> the u.s. >> jackie speier walked off to find jim jones. the woman she passed is patricia parks, jerry's wife, in the last hours of her life. speier confronted jones with the defectors. >> he became agitated, tried to talk with them. he was sweating, beads of sweat on his face. >> jerry's youngest daughter tracy parks was confronted by jones' wife marceline. >> first off i thought, okay, this is it the day that i'm going to die. >> but marceline left tracy an opening to join her family. >> she said, you don't want to leave, do you? i said, if you take me to them, i'll talk them out of it. >> jerry parks faced down jim jones. >> i said, what the hell have you done for him beside hold my family prisoner here for 7 1/2 months? >> as jerry parks turned away -- >> i look over there. he's sitting on the bench and he's sitting there, a dejected beaten man. >> yet, another confrontation awaited jim jones when he sat down with nbc reporter don harris for an interview. >> last night someone came and passed me this note. >> harris gave him vern gosney's note asking for help to go home. >> that's
, running for the u.s. senate seat in michigan. >> i became so concerned about the direction our country has been going. >> her youngest son, mitt, was by her side. childhood friend, phillip maxwell. >> they visited every county in the state, i think, in the course of that campaign. and by that time he was very engaged in politics. >> romney crossed the entire state with lenore. >> he was getting a high-level senator in politics. >> they thought there was a need for the moms and dads to have a community center. >> her style, a cautious, elegant diplomat, distinctly different from her husband's bull in a china shop approach. >> she was a very gracious woman but nuanced, careful. and i see that in mitt. >> i think he had a very advanced and mature understanding of politics, you know, at a pretty young age. lenore romney ended up getting killed in that senate race. you know, you take away lessons from victories and from defeat. >> from both parents. george thrives on candor. >> there's a growing aimlessness and flabbiness in our american society. >> lenore more cautious. their son looked for a
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